Richard Leonard has resigned as Scottish Labour leader, saying it is in the best interests of the party for him to stand down.
Mr Leonard said he believed speculation about his leadership had become a “distraction”.
And he said he would be stepping down with immediate effect.
Mr Leonard had been leader of the party for three years after succeeding Kezia Dugdale.
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